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CCATP #572 – Dave Ginsburg Top 20 iOS 12 Tips

Dave Ginsburg, host of the In Touch with iOS podcast at joins us to teach us his top favorite iOS 12 tips. He shows us how to implement each tip and what problem it solves. Dave is a master at iOS (and a great guy) and I learned a lot, so I think you will too. You can find Dave on Twitter @DaveG65.

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Dave’s Top 20 iOS 12 Tips

The top 20 iOS 12 tips and how use them to be more efficient

  1. The New Battery Graphs what do they mean.
  2. Jump to Media Types in Photos
  3. Autofill SMS One Time Passcodes for banks and other sites
  4. Photos in the iMessage Apps Drawer – Tips on its use and the camera
  5. Add a Second Face to Face ID
  6. Swipe Up to Try Face ID Again
  7. Use Third Party Password Managers, Natively
  8. Scan documents to Notes
  9. How to share passwords using AirDrop
  10. Expand Group Notifications and change them by apps
  11. New way to Open Control Center. On iPad it has a new gesture looks like a line under battery
  12. Adding and removing items in the Control Center
  13. Live Listen for AirPods (called Hearing in Control Center)
  14. Temporarily Disable Lock Screen Notifications
  15. Disable Siri Suggestions on Lock Screen
  16. Turn on Flashlight using Siri
  17. Ask Siri to show you your passwords list in iCloud Keychain
  18. Turn on Automatic Updates
  19. Do not Disturb while Driving
  20. Do not disturb settings and settings in home screen

3 thoughts on “CCATP #572 – Dave Ginsburg Top 20 iOS 12 Tips

  1. Steve Davidson - November 16, 2018

    A very informative episode. The enhancements to the Battery Settings are a great find.

    I have one correction, to share: The way to summon Control Center on non-FaceID iPhones is still to swipe up from the bottom (not down from the upper-right corner, as described in the episode). I have confirmed this on the iPhone 6, 7, and 8. It drives me a little nuts when I switch between an iPad or my personal iPhone Xs and my employer-owned iPhone 8 — it trips me up every time.

    Excellent Chit-Chat notwithstanding.

  2. David Ginsburg - November 17, 2018

    Thanks Steve for the nice comments! You are right I should have mentioned that for those who are still on iPhones 5s,6,7,8 that yes the control center swipes from the bottom. It throws me off when I grab my wife’s 8 Plus. 🙂 I am so glad you enjoyed the episode!

  3. nexvan - December 5, 2018

    it was useful

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